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 Posted: Fri Nov 8th, 2019 10:05 am
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Caroline

 

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First:  MVZ Edgar Espinoza and his vet team from Obregon will be in San Carlos Friday afternoon November 15th for Vet consultations or appointments for your fur babies.

 

Edgar is in charge of all of our clinics and is an outstanding vet who has taught at the Vet schools, was head of the Department of Zoologica for the State of Sonora and has been a licensed, practicing Vet for many years. He has his own practice in Obregon but he and his team of four professionals come to San Carlos to support the work of the SBPA clinics. They are really as passionate about the animal as we are.

 

So if you need an appointment to see Dr. Edgar Friday, November 15th  between noon and 6 pm please send an email request to Suzanne Pinto (email below)  who will pass that information to Edgar.

 

He will be at the SBPA Clinic Building and his fees for all his services are very reasonable and competitive. He loves animals and his whole life is about helping them.

 

Email Suzanne Pinto to reserve an appointment with email suzannepinto@msn.com this is not a link but her address to type in.

 

Secondly: The SBPA Event Planning and Volunteer meeting is Wednesday, November 13th at the San Carlos Country Club at 10:30 am.  This is the meeting where we plan and execute the future for SBPA so please come, invite interested friends and help drive the future of our organization.  


We are looking for a few creative people to put together: 
THE BEST SBPA LUNCHEON AND FASHION SHOW ever at the 
Marina Terra's "CLUB DUO".  That is such an exciting venue and we want the January 29th event to be to best ever.  


New day/new way!!



Finally:  Our next Spay/Neuter clinic is Saturday, November 16th at our San Carlos location.  We expect around 125 animals at this clinic and will stop registration when that maximum is achieved.  Tell everyone to come early to ensure their animals gets in before the maximum is reached.